Hazel Sawyers is committed to empowering people from all walks of life to fulfil their potential and achieve optimal health and well-being. She motivates, trains and coaches teams and individuals, facilitates events and leads workshops. She currently deliver the following:
Workplace Mental Health. This course delivers practical and skills-based mental health training through facilitated workshops to help organisations understand, manage and promote mental health as an integral part of working life. This training is a Maudsley Learning at Work programme.
Adult Mental Health First Aid. (2-day training course that helps people spot the signs and symptoms of some common mental health problems and provide guidance and support on a first aid basis).
Mental Health First Aid (Lite) A half-day mental health awareness course that raises awareness and knowledge of common mental health conditions and introduces participants to Mental Health First Aid.
Motivational Workshops. These workshops use Motivational Maps to explore individual and team motivations providing personalised motivation reports for individuals and teams.
Motivational Maps Practitioner Licence. Hazel provides training and support for coaches and mentors who want to become Motivational Map practitioners. She works with them on a one-to-one basis helping them to develop their own personal coaching style unique selling point.
Equality and Diversity Workshops. Hazel provides bespoke workshops for organisations that want to understand what equality, diversity and inclusion mean to their business and how they can ensure that they comply with the Equality Act 2010.
Pascoe Sawyers is the author of the widely acclaimed personal development book MePLC: Your Life Is Your Business. He is also the Local Government Association’s (LGA) Principal Adviser for Leadership and Localism where he is responsible for overseeing the design and delivery of a range of leadership development programs for councillors and local government managers in England and Wales.
He has over 20 years experience of providing leading edge services in the public, voluntary and private sectors.His achievements in local government include leading on a number of high profile PR projects such as Brent Council’s work on promoting the new Wembley Stadium development and the multi-award winning ‘Not Another Drop’ anti-gun crime campaign in the early 2000s. In 2006 he launched the UK’s first ever radio program for and about the work of councils and councillors. The highly successful 12 program series, Frontline, was produced and presented by Pascoe and broadcast on Colourful Radio Network over the web. He is well known in local government circles and widely recognised as one of the sector’s most competent trainers and public speakers on subjects ranging from community consultation to the art of political leadership.
Over the years Pascoe has devoted time to working with young people, primarily as chair and coach of a local youth football club, and has been involved in running a variety community empowerment initiatives. These include organising a series of very successful self-improvement seminars and setting up the UK’s first African-Caribbean traders market in the mid 1990s.
He is an accomplished writer and journalist. He has worked as a freelance journalist for various mainstream publications including The Guardian, London Evening Standard and The Big Issue, and his second book, Top 10 Tunes, was published in April 2013. Pascoe is a Justice of the Peace and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts.